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ACC rules Winston's ref bump 'insignificant'
The contact between Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and an official in Saturday's Boston College game was "incidental and insignificant" and did not warrant an unsportsmanlike penalty, said the ACC's coordinator of officials.
Missouri State won't renew Allen's contract
Terry Allen is out after nine seasons as Missouri State University's coach.
New Hampshire, N. Dakota St. top 2 FCS seeds
North Dakota State will begin its quest for its fourth straight FCS national championship as the No. 2 overall seed in the playoffs.
Florida State, Alabama remain 1-2 in AP poll
Florida State is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, followed by Alabama, Oregon and Mississippi State. The top four teams were unchanged for the first time since late September.
Sooners' Perine (427 yards) bests Gordon
One week after Melvin Gordon rushed for 408 yards, Oklahoma true freshman Samaje Perine eclipsed Gordon's mark with 427 yards Saturday against Kansas.
FSU's Fisher: Doesn't matter how team wins
Following Florida State's narrow 20-17 win over Boston College and yet another frenzied fourth quarter in a season that has been defined by them, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said it doesn't matter how his team wins -- only that it continues to find a way.
FSU DT talks of being in library for shooting
Following Florida State's narrow 20-17 victory over Boston College, redshirt junior defensive tackle Derrick Mitchell Jr. talked about his firsthand experience of this week's on-campus shooting.
Bielema: Marshall likely done at Arkansas
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said running back Korliss Marshall was suspended for Saturday's 30-0 win over Mississippi, and the chances of the sophomore returning to the Razorbacks are "pretty slim."
ECU's Hardy sets FBS career catches mark
East Carolina receiver Justin Hardy has set the record for most career receptions in bowl subdivision history.
Michigan interim AD to determine Hoke's future
It's not yet clear when a decision will come on Brady Hoke's future as Michigan's football coach, but interim athletic director Jim Hackett said Saturday that he would be the one making the decision.